Brian Taylor has been a Poet and Philosopher in Cornwall, England and the Far East.
Tag Archives: eye
MY HEAD IS CLEAR TODAY
“My head is clear today,the heavy morning stayed awayor lost itself in sleep.Clear, open-sensed,I keepan eye where a light beambends round the sensesat the dreamy edges. In the slow growth, in the egg of a dream,in purple darkness,pushed up by … Continue reading
IF THINE EYE BE SINGLE
Your true Self plays tennisfor joyfor fun;like children dancinghand in handon the sandin thefoaming breakers. Two fingersof the same handdrummingan improvised rhythm. The Egoic Mind playseverythingto win. .
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Swimming in a Cornish sea –Porpoises! (not Cornish) a little way from me.How far?How far from splashing foot to streamlined tail? Following the brain down its mazy trail –Thirty yards? A million years?Too far? Not far enough? But eye to … Continue reading
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THE ROAD AND THE HILL
The road humped over the hill and dippedand out of politeness we dipped tooand didn’t go as the butterfly didstraight across and into the view. We stayed outside and behind our facesas the road curled steeply down from the skythough … Continue reading